Nov. 22, 2017, 11:46 p.m.

Recent Match Reports

Hempnall v Gorleston Reserves Ang. Comb D3 18/11/2017 Read Article »

Hempnall v Woodton Utd Norwich & District Sunday Lg 12/11/2017 Read Article »

Hempnall Res v Art Eternal Lowestoft & District D3 11/11/2017 Read Article »

Hempnall v South Walsham Ang. Comb D3 04/11/2017 Read Article »

Hempnall Res v AC Mill Lane Res Lowestoft & District D3 28/10/2017 Read Article »

Hempnall v Blofield United Res Ang. Comb D3 28/10/2017 Read Article »

Hempnall v MC Rovers Norwich & District Sunday Lg 22/10/2017 Read Article »

Hempnall v Buxton Ang. Comb D3 21/10/2017 Read Article »

Hempnall v East Tuddenham Norwich & District Sunday Lg 15/10/2017 Read Article »

Hempnall v Costessey Sports Ang. Comb D3 14/10/2017 Read Article »

Hempnall v Norman Wanderers A Norwich & District Sunday Lg 08/10/2017 Read Article »

Hempnall v Gimingham Utd Ang. Comb D3 07/10/2017 Read Article »

Hempnall v Newsman Celtic Norwich & District Sunday Lg 01/10/2017 Read Article »

Hempnall v Brandon Town Ang. Comb D3 30/09/2017 Read Article »

Hempnall v Dynamo Norwich & District Sunday Lg 24/09/2017 Read Article »

Hempnall First Team v Redgate Rangers

Jason Trett (Joint First Team Manager)
Report By Jason Trett (Joint First Team Manager)

Saturday, 02nd September 2017, 2:30PM, at Old Hunstanton Road

Away Match, Anglian Combination Division 3 - 2017 - 2018

Loss, 0 - 1

Today we had the long trip to Redgate (Hunstanton), who currently have a 100% record, and with Hempnall once again having to make five changes, we knew this would be a difficult game.

Trett and Bunn decided to play a 4-5-1 formation and be very defensive, which proved right, as although Redgate had possession, they never really caused too much threat.

Hempnall created a few counter attacks, one of which saw Griffiths with a good chance, but he shot narrowly wide.

10 minutes before half time, Redgate took the lead from a short corner.

Half time 1-0.

The second half saw neither side create many chances and the score remained 1-0 at full time.

Hempnall introduced 16 year old Jamie Bennett for his debut on 65 minutes and he looks a very bright prospect for the future. 

Well done lads, I could single you all out for a mention, but I'm nearly asleep!

In summary, the back four were solid and the midfield boys will sleep well tonight after that shift.

Big congratulations to Andy Cranmer and Hempnall Reserves on their win today against Loddon Reserves.